Sheela Bringi Sacred Music Concert

Thu. Nov 29, 2018 at 6:30pm MST
All Ages
Price: $25.00
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Price: $25.00
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A feast for the eyes and ears - an evening of ethereal music from raga harpist, singer, and bansuri flautist Sheela Bringi - set amidst the art of India, the Himalayas and Southeast Asia. Classical Indian songs reimagined for the harp + voice, soulful devotional ballads (bhajans), Indian folk melodies and original songs. She will be joined by Brent Kuecker (bass) and Zach Parker (percussion). 

With Henna body art, Indian snacks and drinks!

"Meet the harpist using traditional Indian music and American jazz to 'bridge worlds'". - NBC Asian America
"...a captivating synthesis of East and West with Sheela’s exceptional voice soaring above all else. Sublime!" - Light of Consciousness Magazine

"Sheela Bringi...conveying her deep spiritual love in a way that even the most secular listener can relate to." - Yoga Journal

“Sheela’s classically trained voice and slightly avant-garde energy create magic.” - Yoga Chicago  

Listen to Sheela’s music on YouTube.
To learn more visit her website.


Sheela Bringi is a sacred music artist whose lush Indian vocals, soaring bansuri flute and harp have graced 30+ new age and world records, including the recent Grammy-nominated Bhakti Without Borders. She has released two albums as a solo artist (Shakti Sutra and Incantations), and her work to bridge the musical worlds of India and America has been profiled by NBC News, NPR, Public Radio International, Yoga Journal, and others. Sheela has extensive training in North Indian classical, devotional and Western musical traditions, and past teachers include Indian maestros Pt. G.S. Sachdev and Ust. Aashish Khan, and Western contemporary greats such as Cecil Taylor and Meredith Monk. She currently studies Hindustani voice with Sri Subhashish Mukhopadyay (one of the topmost exponents of the “Kotali Gharana”). She is currently based in Boulder, CO. She teaches Indian Devotional & Raga Singing at Naropa University, and around the world.

For more information contact: Sharana (928-778-2534), [email protected]

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Vigraha Gallery 115 East Goodwin Street, Suite E
Prescott, AZ 86303